National security law: Apple Daily’s main editorial writer arrested by Hong Kong police

Hong Kong’s national security police detained the Apple Daily’s main editorial writer on suspicion of colluding with foreign forces on Wednesday, the first such arrest under the Beijing-imposed legislation.Yeung Ching-kee, 55, who was also a senior columnist and wrote under the pseudonym “Li Ping”, was picked up from his Tseung Kwan O home just after daybreak. Records show he had penned about 800 columns and commentaries since 2016. His most recent was published on Tuesday.He is being held at…

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